personally identifiable information
- personally identifiable information
Under Title 11 U.S.C. Section 101:(41A) The term "personally identifiable information" means—(A) if provided by an individual to the debtor in connection with obtaining a product or a service from the debtor primarily for personal, family, or household purposes—(i) the first name (or initial) and last name of such individual, whether given at birth or time of adoption, or resulting from a lawful change of name;(ii) the geographical address of a physical place of residence of such individual;(iii) an electronic address (including an e-mail address) of such individual;(iv) a telephone number dedicated to contacting such individual at such physical place of residence;(v) a social security account number issued to such individual; or(vi) the account number of a credit card issued to such individual; or(B) if identified in connection with 1 or more of the items of information specified in subparagraph (A)—(i) a birth date, the number of a certificate of birth or adoption, or a place of birth; or(ii) any other information concerning an identified individual that, if disclosed, will result in contacting or identifying such individual physically or electronically.
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